Think Tank Photo Digital Holster 50 V2.0 (Black)

BH #THDH50 • MFR #710881
Think Tank Photo Digital Holster 50 V2.0 (Black)
Key Features
  • Fits Pro Size DSLR with 70-200mm f/2.8
  • "Pop Down" Feature Holds Longer Zoom
  • Lens Hood Can Stay in Shooting Position
  • Form-Fitting Shape for DSLRs with Lenses
The black Digital Holster 50 V2.0 from Think Tank contains a unique "Pop Down" feature that allows the lens hood to be kept on the camera held in shooting position. For the active shooter, this is a real time-saver. The case is made to hold a regular-sized DSLR such as a Canon 1D, 1Ds or Nikon D3, D4 with a 70-200mm f/2.8 with its hood either reversed or in shooting position. Or, it can hold a wide lens such as a 24-70mm f/2.8 with the hood in shooting position. Your camera can also be placed in the bag with a tripod plate or L-bracket attached to it.  

This is a form-fitting case, somewhat reminiscent of a western holster - ready to draw and shoot at a moment's notice. The case comes with a side rail attachment that accepts a small Modular, Skin, or Multimedia component. This increases the footprint and capacity of the holster as well as your shooting capabilities. The holster comes with Think Tank's "Rotate or Lock" technology for their Pro Speed Belt, Thin Skin Belt or Steroid Speed Belt that permits you to attach the holster with no effort at all. There is also a smooth fabric on the belt to minimize friction against your body. One of the best features of the bag is that the lid opens away from your body. This enhances access to your gear as well as adding a significant security aspect to the bag since, when opened, the lid acts a shield preventing others from seeing what's inside. The removable shoulder strap and top grab handle are complemented by dual zippers that guard the access to the main compartment.

For accessories, a front stretch pocket can hold lens caps, batteries and other small items. Another touch fastened small accessory pocket is located under the top lid that is perfect for holding a filter. For ultimate protection of the delicate LCD screen on your DSLR, a soft divider fits over the top protecting it from the strap that may be stuffed inside.

There's nothing like networking so the bag comes with a neat business card holder right under the top grab handle. Finally, for maximum protection while outside, the bag comes with a built-in rain cover that is stored in an outside pocket and which can be easily deployed when the weather turns against you. The holster comes with Think Tank's lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects.

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Think Tank Photo Digital Holster 50 V2.0 Overview

The black Digital Holster 50 V2.0 from Think Tank contains a unique "Pop Down" feature that allows the lens hood to be kept on the camera held in shooting position. For the active shooter, this is a real time-saver. The case is made to hold a regular-sized DSLR such as a Canon 1D, 1Ds or Nikon D3, D4 with a 70-200mm f/2.8 with its hood either reversed or in shooting position. Or, it can hold a wide lens such as a 24-70mm f/2.8 with the hood in shooting position. Your camera can also be placed in the bag with a tripod plate or L-bracket attached to it.  

This is a form-fitting case, somewhat reminiscent of a western holster - ready to draw and shoot at a moment's notice. The case comes with a side rail attachment that accepts a small Modular, Skin, or Multimedia component. This increases the footprint and capacity of the holster as well as your shooting capabilities. The holster comes with Think Tank's "Rotate or Lock" technology for their Pro Speed Belt, Thin Skin Belt or Steroid Speed Belt that permits you to attach the holster with no effort at all. There is also a smooth fabric on the belt to minimize friction against your body. One of the best features of the bag is that the lid opens away from your body. This enhances access to your gear as well as adding a significant security aspect to the bag since, when opened, the lid acts a shield preventing others from seeing what's inside. The removable shoulder strap and top grab handle are complemented by dual zippers that guard the access to the main compartment.

For accessories, a front stretch pocket can hold lens caps, batteries and other small items. Another touch fastened small accessory pocket is located under the top lid that is perfect for holding a filter. For ultimate protection of the delicate LCD screen on your DSLR, a soft divider fits over the top protecting it from the strap that may be stuffed inside.

There's nothing like networking so the bag comes with a neat business card holder right under the top grab handle. Finally, for maximum protection while outside, the bag comes with a built-in rain cover that is stored in an outside pocket and which can be easily deployed when the weather turns against you. The holster comes with Think Tank's lifetime warranty against manufacturer's defects.

Form-fitting to hold a standard DSLR with a 70-200mm f/2.8 attached (hood reversed or in shooting position); or can hold a 24-70mm f/2.8 with hood attached
Extending "Pop Down" allows lens hood to be kept in shooting position
Fits most tripod plates and L-brackets while attached to camera
Integrated side attachment system for connecting a Modular, Skin or Multimedia component to holster
Stretchable front pocket for small accessories
Holster lid opens forward, away from the body, for fast and easy access to the camera
Small accessory pocket underneath lid
Non-slip shoulder strap included
"Rotate or Lock" technology on Pro Speed Belt, Thin Skin Belt, Steroid Speed Belt, or other Think Tank bags with a Modular Rail
Smooth fabric on belt attachment for minimal friction
Top grab handle
Seam-sealed rain cover included and stored in outer side pocket

Compatibility

Examples:
Compatible lenses (Pop Down Retracted):
24-70mm f/2.8 with hood extended(Canon or Nikon)
70-200mm f/2.8 with hood reversed (Canon or Nikon)
300mm f/4 with the hood reversed (Canon or Nikon)

Compatible lenses (Pop Down Extended):
70-200mm f/2.8 with hood extended
70-200mm f/2.8 with hood reversed (Canon or Nikon)
300mm f/4 with the hood extended (Canon or Nikon)

Carry-On Form Factor

FAA and airline carry-on specifications are subject to change without notice, please check with your airline before designating this case as a carry-on item. Most airlines require carry-on items to have an external linear measurement that is equal to or less than 45.0" (114.3 cm). The external dimensions of this case add up to 32.0" (81.3 cm)
UPC: 874530008818

Think Tank Photo Digital Holster 50 V2.0 Specs

MaterialNylon
Type of ClosureDual zippers
Exterior Dimensions8.0 x 8.0 x 13.0 - 16.0" (20.3 x 20.3 x 33.0 - 40.6 cm)
Interior Dimensions7.25 x 7.25 x 11.25 - 14.25" (18.4 x 18.4 x 28.6 - 36.2 cm)
Carrying/Transport OptionsShoulder strap
Top grab handle
Weight1.3 lb (0.6 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.35 x 8.65 x 8.1"
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